New Yachts to Watch

The docks in Miami are still sizzling from new-yacht debuts on Virginia Key and Collins Avenue. Here are some models to watch.

Arcadia Sherpa

arcadia sherpa
The 60-foot Arcadia Sherpa made her U.S. debut at the Miami Yacht Show on Collins Avenue.Arcadia

All of those solar cells you can see in the photograph above generate enough power to run many of the yacht’s instruments and systems. When paired with the builder’s semiplaning hull and Volvo Penta IPS600 engines, Arcadia says, the setup results in “extremely low fuel consumption.” Arcadia also designed the Sherpa to keep air-conditioning bills low, with sky-lounge windows that lower from the hardtop, allowing ocean breezes to cool the deck on warm days.

Sabre 45 Salon Express

Sabre 45 Salon Express
The utility space allows for all of the 45's storage areas to be used for their designed purposes.Down East

This Down East design has two staterooms and two heads for weekends afloat. A utility space can hold laundry, a wine chiller or whatever owners want.

Tiara 38 LS

Tiara 38 LS
The 38 LS took home the 2018 Progressive Insurance Innovation Award at the Miami International Boat Show.Tiara Yachts

She has standard triple Yamaha 300 hp outboards, and 350s are optional. This sport cruiser will top out around 43 knots and she cruises in the low 30s.

Riviera 43 Open Flybridge

Riviera 43 Open Flybridge
The 43's structural hard top canopy allows for 360 degree vision from the flybridge.Riviera

A varnished cherry interior is inside this sleek package from Down Under. She can sleep six and has joystick controls for easy maneuvering.